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Should your horse cost more than your trailer?

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        07-19-2011, 06:06 PM
      #31
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    Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
    LOL! Everything under $2K I've seen around was total cr*p (excuse my french).
    I did a nationwide search on the internet and I didn't see anything on there that was suitable for sale either
         
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        07-20-2011, 11:08 PM
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    Trained
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    Originally Posted by churumbeque    
    I did a nationwide search on the internet and I didn't see anything on there that was suitable for sale either
    Ah hah! I knew there was a shortage of good used trailers! As soon as I advertised my well maintained stocktrailer for under 4G's I had a flood of calls & 1st person bought it. I took the ads down immediately & am still getting calls on it.

    Well yes I bought a brand new trailer, & it was priced about the same as or a bit more that I paid for one of my horses. Other horse I got as weanling, I traded his 1/2 sister weanling for him.

    I could really care less about comparing the horse price to reflect the haul price. My horses are worth way more in the terms of time & training. My husband wanted to buy me a special mother's day gift as I recently became a grandma, so that's what he bought me. Better than some family ring like my friend got, for a horseperson anyways.
         

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